The fertile lands of Palamu and its rich wildlife in attracts a large number of tourists. Daltongunj is the headquarters of the district. The region has a wide variety of flora and fauna and also holds historical significance.
The scenic beauty of the place is a visual retreat for the tourists. River Koel along with its tributaries Auranga and Amanat flows in the region. Small streams flow down the rocky mountains in this region and thus makes it a fertile tract of land. Sal and bamboo trees can be noticed all over the place.
Palamu provides a wonderful opportunity for wildlife and nature lovers, hikers and motorists to explore the world. There are many forests bungalows and is a perfect camping site.
Tourist Places In And Around Palamu
Palamu tiger Reserve and Betla National Park are the two major wildlife attractions. A large number of tourists visit throughout the year. Palamu Fort tells the tales of the past kings and is a place of interest for many historians and archaeologists as well.
How To Reach Palamu
Palamu is well connected with road, rail and air with all major cities in India.
The climate of Palamu is dry with extreme heat in summers, and winter is marked by cold winds.